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Dozens of Al Jazeera journalists allegedly hacked using Israeli firm’s spyware

Dozens of Al Jazeera journalists allegedly hacked using Israeli firm’s spyware

Spyware sold by private Israeli private intelligence firm, NSO, was allegedly used to hack the phones of dozens of Al Jazeera journalists in an unprecedented cyber-attack that is allegedly ordered by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, according to researchers at Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto.

Josh
Josh
saad
saad 1 months

Israel, Saudi Arabia and UAE don't like free journalists.

Doug
Doug 1 months

What kind of simpleton would want to hack a propaganda mill?

Indo
Indo 1 months

Seems the virus is springing many unexpected leaks. Creepy crawlies would have scuttled by now. Many leave trails, don't they.

White mana matters
White mana matters 1 months

Lemme guess: no hacking trace ever found on "journalists" who parrot the establishment lines? No need to subvert sheeps is there?

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